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Employee Fired for Violating Policy (access required)

An African-American pump truck operator for a ready-mixed concrete company cannot recover for discriminatory discharge under Title VII because he cannot rebut the employer’s evidence that he was terminated when he violated the employer’s conflict-of-interest policy by refusing to give ...

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DuPont Win in Monopolization Case (access required)

In this lengthy litigation between DuPont and Kolon Industries over trade secrets and confidential information concerning para-aramid fiber, a Richmond U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to DuPont on Kolon’s antitrust claim alleging monopolization and attempted monopolization. The 4th Circuit ...

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Filing Va. Lawsuit Leads to Personal Jurisdiction (access required)

In plaintiff George Mason University Foundation’s suit to enforce a $100,000 judgment it won in Virginia state court during litigation with decedent’s two children, the Richmond U.S. District Court has personal jurisdiction over both the Alabama resident son and the ...

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